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Cristina Ceron

Cristina Ceron is an independent scholar in English Literature. She completed her Ph.D. at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice with a dissertation on Thomas Hardy’s poetry of memory. She lectured at the University of Verona for six years and took part in several national and international conferences. She has published extensively on Shakespeare, Keats, Byron, Gissing, Owen, Eliot, and of course on Hardy (The Hardy Review, X, 2009).

The Dark Pastorals of Robert Frost and Hayden Carruth

The Dark Pastorals of Robert Frost and Hayden Carruth

 

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Helen Pinkerton Trimpi

Helen Pinkerton Trimpi (born in 1927 in Butte, Montana) ) is a poet, essayist, and scholar of American literature and history. She has taught at Stanford, College of Notre Dame, University of Alberta and Michigan State University. She has published five volumes of poetry, including her selected poems, Taken In Faith, in 2001. Her critical essays include studies of Edgar Bowers, Yvor Winters, Janet Lewis, John Finley, and Catherine Davis. In American studies, she published Melville's Confidence Men and American Politics In the 1850s, in 1987.

The Near Is Crossed with Distance: A Note on the Verse of E. J. Scovell

The Near Is Crossed with Distance: A Note on the Verse of E. J. Scovell

 

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Philip Larkin and Literary Americans

Philip Larkin and Literary Americans

Remembering Turner Cassity

Remembering Turner Cassity

Memye Curtis Tucker

Memye Curtis Tucker is author of The Watchers (Hollis Summers Poetry Prize, Ohio University Press) and the prizewinning chapbooks Admit One (State Street Press), Storm Line (Palanquin Press), and Holding Patterns (Poetry Atlanta Press). Her poems have appeared in numerous print journals and anthologies. A MacDowell and VCCA Fellow, she holds a Ph.D.

How long is life? — Liu Shahe, Shi Tianhe and the Stars Poetry Disaster

How long is life?

Liu Shahe, Shi Tianhe and the Stars Poetry Disaster

 

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To be misunderstood by one person is troublesome.
To be misunderstood by many is tragedy.

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